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Are You Entitled to the Maximum in Workers Compensation Benefits?

If you are injured on the job, you may have no clue as to what steps you need to follow when it comes to filing for workers compensation benefits. Since the law changes in 2007, those injured on the job can now receive up to the maximum benefit which is calculated using two-thirds of your average weekly wage. This is a tax-free benefit that is meant to help you survive financially as you recover from your work-related injury.
Workers compensation benefits can be complicated by various issues, especially if you are compensated with tips, bonuses, commission earnings, and other common payment scenarios. If you are hurt on the job while you are earning wages with other factors involved, it is important to know where you stand financially and an experienced attorney can help you decipher the process and assist you in making the right financial determinations.

Being hurt on the job can bring about several complications in your life because of the affect injury can have on you and your entire family. While your benefits may be enough to keep your ends meeting, you have other factors to consider including your ongoing medical treatments and their costs. It is important to speak with an experienced attorney on our staff so you will have the right expectations for what happens next.

Contact our legal team for a free consultation on your workers compensation case by calling us toll free at 888-799-3918 or by using our online contact form for more information. It is essential you protect yourself and your family during a claim for workers compensation benefits. Call us today.

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